Course Title: Flagship Internship 2 (Business)

Part A: Course Overview

Course Title: Flagship Internship 2 (Business)

Credit Points: 12.00

Important Information:

Successful completion of all core courses and majors, other than where pre- and co- requisites are explicitly allowed


Terms

Course Code

Campus

Career

School

Learning Mode

Teaching Period(s)

BUSM2471

RMIT Vietnam Hanoi Campus

Undergraduate

830H School of Business and Management

Workplace

Viet3 2019,
Viet1 2020,
Viet2 2020,
Viet3 2020,
Viet1 2021,
Viet2 2021,
Viet3 2021,
Viet1 2022,
Viet2 2022

BUSM4670

RMIT University Vietnam

Undergraduate

830H School of Business and Management

Workplace

Viet1 2019,
Viet2 2019,
Viet3 2019,
Viet1 2020,
Viet2 2020,
Viet3 2020,
Viet1 2021,
Viet2 2021,
Viet3 2021,
Viet1 2022,
Viet2 2022

Course Coordinator: George Majo

Course Coordinator Phone: +84912094454

Course Coordinator Email: majo.george@rmit.edu.vn

Course Coordinator Location: Saigon South

Course Coordinator Availability: by appointment


Pre-requisite Courses and Assumed Knowledge and Capabilities

Required prior study

You must have successfully completed at least 240 credit points, equivalent to 20 courses, which include:

·       Four core courses

·       Seven major courses

·       Minimum of eight electives; and

·       051933 Flagship Internship (Business).

Refer to your program guide for details on core, major and elective courses.

 

In addition, the following must be completed:

·       The position must be approved by the Course Coordinator; and

·       Required procedures in the RMIT Work Integrated Learning Procedure


Course Description

In this course you will apply your knowledge and skills in an industry environment. As a situated learning experience, an internship* provides you with the opportunity to apply and further develop your knowledge and skills, and gain an understanding of industry dynamics. This course will integrate work based learning and academic learning, commonly referred to as Work Integrated learning (WIL), and will allow you to solve authentic industry problems or address real issues faced in organisations.    *A WIL agreement including schedule and relevant insurance documentation is required to be completed before commencing each placement (local and international). International placements must be registered and processed through Career Development and Employment (Vietnam).

 


Objectives/Learning Outcomes/Capability Development

Successful completion of all core courses and majors, other than where pre- and co- requisites are explicitly allowed


On completion of this course you should be able to

  1. critically analyse experience in industry context with reference to disciplinary theory and classroom learning
  2. assess own strengths and weaknesses; reflect on own performance in relation to core employability skills, and set individual learning goals accordingly
  3. identify and apply strategies and techniques to achieve individual learning goals
  4. recognize and reflect upon diverse norms of behaviour and attitudes evident in workplaces and assess with reference to culture and context.

Map each CLO against one or more PLOs

 

CLO1

CLO2

CLO3

CLO4

PLO1

 

 

 

 

PLO2

 

 

 

 

PLO3

x

 

 

 

PLO4

 

 

 

 

PLO5

x

 

x

 

PLO6

 

x

x

x

PLO7

 

x

 

x

PLO8

x

 

 

x

PLO9

 

 

 

 

Please note: Undergraduate Collective PLOs in the table below.  Not all PLOs are achieved in a single course.

PLO1

Identify how digital marketing and its various channels can be used effectively in any business.

PLO2

Integrate specialist theoretical knowledge with technical skills to develop effective and innovative digital marketing plans and strategies that provide value for the company and its stakeholders.

PLO3

Collect, process, and analyse data to make informed marketing decisions

PLO4

Analyse marketing problems based on a critical examination of marketing information.

PLO5

Apply knowledge and skills to real-world experiences to enhance the learner’s intellectual and transferable skills, especially those relevant to the practice of marketing, including analytical, critical thinking, individual and team skills.

PLO6

Apply an adaptive and collaborative approach to working with others in a variety of business and professional contexts.

PLO7

Communicate clearly and persuasively to consult and engage with peers and clients.

PLO8

Integrate apply and evaluate professional theory with practice in authentic Work Integrated Learning (WIL) contexts.

PLO9

Create viable solutions to real world marketing problems

 

 


Overview of Learning Activities

To achieve the learning objectives, this course requires you to participate in various learning activities. These activities comprise the following:

  • Work full-time for your employer, demonstrating professional behaviour and attitudes, and making a meaningful contribution wherever possible to the organization.
  • Return to campus to attend three multidisciplinary workshops that will help you develop your employability skills and prepare assignments 1 & 3. Your employer will be directly notified of the workshop schedule and requested to release you from work early on those days.
  • Participate in an online community for RMIT internship students where you can post questions, comments and advice for peers as well as accessing useful resources, tips and other information.
  • Prepare for and attend a debrief interview at the end of your internship with your lecturer and workplace mentor or supervisor.


Overview of Learning Resources

  • As an enrolled student of RMIT University you will be provided with access via the internet to the RMIT Library databases and on-line facilities. If you require assistance with the RMIT library facilities the first person to contact is the Business Liaison Librarian for this school. Contact details for Business Liaison Librarians are located online on theRMIT library website.
  • Additional industry-based resources might be available to you depending on the nature/constraints of your placement.


Overview of Assessment

Feedback will be provided throughout the semester in class and/or in online forums through individual and group feedback on practical exercises and by individual consultation.

The assessment tasks, their weighting and the course learning outcomes to which they are aligned are as follows:

Assessment Tasks

 

Assessment Tasks

Weighting

Linked Learning Outcomes

Assessment Task 1

20%

1,2,3,4

Assessment Task 2

30%

1

Assessment Task 3

50%

1,2,3, 4